somewhere in the almost three and a half hour long documentary ‘Lance’ himself a ‘fucking asshole’. He demonstrates thus hudløs honesty, when it comes to his behaviour towards them, which came across in the years when he ruled the stage.
Similarly, the honesty we are not, when it comes to his dopingforbrug and the prohibited methods. There are still things Lance Armstrong keep to themselves. We know, for example, still not sure whether he was dopet, when he won the WORLD cup in Oslo as a 21-year-old in 1993.
not only that he put everything back, but I will believe that it is due to a cool finding, that it would not change anything. Lance Armstrong will forever be typecast as the stupid pigs, the unsympathetic strive.
he Had told just a little bit, everyone would call him untrustworthy. He told a little more, would types as his former team-mate Tyler Hamilton shouting up that he was still hiding something (while Hamilton himself, incidentally, owes the whole world an insight in the dopingsystem, he himself was a part of at Phonak).
And had Lance told it all, he would just be seen as even more unsympathetic and cynical. The full truth is ugly. He has nothing to gain by telling it all.
centers on the notion of ‘the level playing field’ - to ensure equal conditions for all athletes the world over. But in dispensing with those who break the rules, accept the system like odd terms.
Lance Armstrong was guilty of doping, but he was also convicted of being a stupid pig, even if there is nothing in the rules that you are not allowed to be a stupid pig. He was sentenced to life imprisonment, while his team-mates, who did the exact same thing, got off with six months ' quarantine which they were allowed to serve in the winter break.
up at a press conference, where he could sit and hoot and moan about the fact that he made a mistake. He was not like so many others in the confessional and repented, as it is right and proper. He pleaded not tearfully for forgiveness.
does not Do it, is with forgiveness. I know it, for I did not either. I didn't ‘festryger’-the admission of guilt, which is to keep out. I gave not an easy palatable truth. I was uncompromising when it came to the truth. It has cost, but in return, I can see myself in the eyes.
also. He sleeps well at night, he says in the documentary. It brings not much new, but his story is still fascinating, for Lance Armstrong is, after all, still one of the most interesting athletes across sports ever.
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